|Mesa of Lost Women - Melvin Gordon, William Perkins|
A mad scientist named Aranya (Jackie Coogan) is creating giant spiders and dwarves in his lab on Zarpa Mesa in Mexico
Keywords: Sci-Fi; Jackie Coogan
Downloads: 29,891 (14 reviews)
|College Swing 1938 - 2008 cut medley|
From the Bob Hope MGM movie, a series of edits linking all of the College Swing cuts in this movie together into a "super" cut. The beginning was hardest as the was some 3 stooges type antics just before and just after this quick segment and narrowing it down to just that, and then marrying the timing to the overture orchestra section wasn't easy and took some serious time. I had to get down to microseconds on the timeline...
Keywords: Big Band; Swing; College Swing; Betty Grable; Jackie Coogan; Dance; Dance Band; Bobby Soxers
Downloads: 716 (1 review)
|Outlaws: The Rape of Red Sky|
In the heat of the moment, the men of Red Sky decide to lynch two brothers. That turns out to be a big mistake. Originally aired 27 October 1960 (Season 1, Episode 4). Don't bother downloading the h.264 file or the Ogg Video file; the Cinepack file from which they are derived is smaller.
Keywords: Outlaws; western; classic tv; Gerald Mohr; Skip Homeier; Jackie Coogan; Leo Gordon
Downloads: 2,515 (1 review)
|MESA OF LOST WOMEN trailer|
The complete film is available here at IA in the Feature Films Collection.
Keywords: movie trailers; horror; mad science; mad doctors; spider babes; spider puppets; Jackie Coogan
|Movies For the Blind 122 - Hell's House part 2|
Jimmy and Shorty try to get word out to Kelly (Pat O'Brien) about their treatment at the reform school, but when the plan goes very wrong, Jimmy makes a desperate move to save his friend's life. moviesfortheblind.com
Keywords: podcast; description; blind; vision-impaired; drama; bette davis; pat o'brien; junior dirkin; jackie coogan; Frank Coghlan; juvenile court; crime
|Silverscreen, March 23, 1922|
Vol. 1, No. 1. March 23, 1922.Publisher: Exhibitor's Publishing Co.
Keywords: motion picture; movie fan magazine; Jackie Coogan; Charles Chaplin; Beulah Marie Dix; Russell Iredell; Edwin Bower Hesser; Peggy Hamilton
|CHARLIE CHAPLIN: The Kid|
"THE KID" is a 1921 American silent comedy-drama movie written by, produced by, directed by as well as starring Charlie Chaplin, and features Jackie Coogan as his adopted son. This was Chaplin's first full-length film as a director, considered one of the greatest films in cinematic history. It's about a tenement tramp who cares for an abandoned child, but events put that relationship in jeopardy. "THE KID", auch bekannt als "Der Vagabund und das Kind", ist eine US-amerikanische Stummfilm-Tragiko...
Keywords: Charlie Chaplin; The Kid; Comedy; Drama; Jackie Coogan; Cinematic History; Tenement Tramp; Edna Purviance; Kinderstar; Child; Vagabund; Kind; Sozialdrama; Stummfilm; Tragikomoedie; Silent Movie; Comedy
|Picture-Play Magazine, August 1922|
Vol. XVI, No. 6. August 1922. Publisher: Street & Smith Corp., New York City
Keywords: motion picture; movie fan magazine; Charles Chaplin; Wanda Hawley; Virginia Valli; Rudolph Valentino; Barbara La Marr; Madge Bellamy; Jackie Coogan; Anna Q. Nilsson
|Picture-Play Magazine, April 1923|
Vol. XVIII, No. II. April 1923. Publisher: Street & Smith Corp., New York City
Keywords: motion picture; movie fan magazine; Lois Wilson; Jackie Coogan; Henry Hull; Wallace Reid; Norbert Lusk; Walter Hiers; Mae Marsh; Alla Nazimova; Richard Dix; Fred Niblo; Katherine MacDonald; Jacqueline Logan; Clayton Hamilton
|Motion Picture Classic, April 1922|
Vol. IX, No. 2 Publisher: Brewster Publications, Inc., Jamaica, NY
Keywords: motion picture; movie fan magazine; Betty Blythe; Jackie Coogan; Helen Ferguson; Claire Windsor; Shannon Day; Ernest Lubitsch; Diana Allen; Larry Semon; Maude George; Phyllis Haver; Warner Baxter; Viola Dana; Edward Connelly; Dustin Farnum; Lewis Stone; Frederick James Smith
|Morning Telegraph (Louella Parsons) January-April 1923|
Publisher: The Lewis Publishing Co., New York City. These are pages containing columns or articles written by Louella O. Parsons, and published in The Morning Telegraph between January-April 1923.
Keywords: Motion Pictures; Louella O. Parsons; William Duncan; Gladys Cooper; Ramon Novarro; Victor Seastrom; Jackie Coogan; Seena Owen; Alice Terry; Glenn Hunter; Antonio Moreno; Louise Huff; J. Stuart Blackton; Lenore Ulric; Aristide Constant; B. P. Schulberg; Conrad Nagel; Mae Marsh; Fred Leroy Granville; Claire Windsor